Trattoria Ai Do Fradei / San Marco

F.lli Musabelliu San Marco 30124
average 469 votes
2.8
Tips from the Net @ Trattoria Ai do Fradei
Anna Puskas
Run for your life. This restaurant is run by criminals who will make you pay three or four times more than you expect. Most of good reviews are fake. Foursquare - December 2017
Kamila Khakrizi ru
Оказались здесь по злому року и до просмотра оценок. Всё правда: еда невкусная, а счёт выставили х3 - скрытый сервис, порции по граммам. Только официанты хороши, но в Италии так везде. Never again! Foursquare - December 2017
Владислав Тагильцев ru
Внимание. В это место лучше не приходить. Цена обеда и услуг здесь необоснованно завышается Foursquare - November 2017
Henz Lai en
Don’t get TOO comfortable with the great welcome, make sure you know how much is the dish you are ordering BEFORE you confirm the order. The waiter will try nicely on recommending big dish of seafood (taste good) and fish (not worth it) and they are charged by grams. Anyway, I won’t say it is total scam, but they do serve good food, good service, and it won’t harm you if you ASK FOR THE PRICE in advance. Lesson learned, eat here cautiously and you won’t lose too much. But honestly, this kind of things happen everywhere around the world that traps the tourist. It’s a shame, but it will also be enjoyable if you can get away with a reasonable bill. JUST BE CAREFUL. GooglePlace - November 2017
Madde Futcher en
Get up and walk away now. Do not eat here. If I could have given no stars I would have. Server recommends dishes as being "classically Venetian" that are charged by weight, then presents you with absurdly huge portions, and adds on entrees that you didn't order. We saw another table being charged 250€ for the same recommended dishes. Absolutely refused to accept or eat a fish of 1.4kg for two people (our waiter claimed to eat the same size portion of the dish by himself, I encouraged him to buy our serving and enjoy it) and managed to get away with a bill of 75€ for bruschetta that we didn't order, house wine and a plate of seafood pasta which was decidedly ho-hum and inferior to lobster I'd had the day before and spent 20€ on. Really highlights the risks of relying on Google for reviews, at the moment this restaurant has a rating of 4.0 (we checked before we sat down) but has obviously paid for fake reviews (some repeat identical copy, others are slightly amended versions of the same review, others appear to be reviewing hotels??). It's awful that there's no effective way of reporting these fake reviews or asking Google to police this. Such a shame to have this kind of experience in Venice, and it will definitely effect the weight I give to Google ratings in the future. GooglePlace - October 2017